Here you will find links to pages with photos and information on parks, beaches, trails, history, and places to visit. I spent over 34 years in the computer disk drive industry, working for IBM, Hitachi, and Western Digital.Among other activities, I am a volunteer photographer and docent for the Santa Clara County Parks & Recreation Department, a docent for the Open Space Authority of Santa Clara Valley, and a member of several volunteer and non-profit organizations.Meet other people like yourself on lightly traveled rural roads that follow the beautiful, scenic Umpqua River.
The Friends of Santa Teresa Park also has a Facebook page, STPFriends, which I help administer.(Migrated from geocities.com/almadenqs.) Website on one of the Bay Area's crown jewels.
This park, in the backyard of the Silicon Valley, covers almost 4000 acres, with hiking trails through rugged, wildflower-covered hills filled with historical quicksilver mining relics.
Rides finish in downtown Mc Cloud at the Bike-toberfest Festival.
Riders and attendees will enjoy live music, brats, and beer while strolling through a variety of craft booths.
This includes the Albertson Parkway, Martial Cottle Park, the Three Creeks Trail, the Coyote Creek Trail in Selma Olinder Park, the Penitencia Creek Trail, the San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail, Ulistac Natural Area, and the Santa Teresa Park Historic Area. The webpages included geocities.com/rhorii, which was my main page, geocities,com/santateresapark, bayareaparks, almadenqs, santateresahills, stpfriends, and some others.
I migrated most of my webpages to this website or other websites that I control.Fore more information and to learn how to register, please visit or call (530)964-3113. Please consider Ride the Heart of the Valley in Corvallis on April 29, 2017.It’s run by veterinary students, a great route, uncrowded, and for a super cause (funds for veterinary care for pets whose owners can’t afford it). I’m back again to announce the 2nd “Pedals ‘n Pears” cycling event coming to Medford on Saturday, April 8th.Friendly rest stops at scenic locations with nourishing food and snacks. NEW THIS YEAR “TEAMS” A team consists of 3 or more riders.It can be your friends, family, employees or co-workers or a combination. The Vineyard Tour in Roseburg has joined “Great Umpqua Outdoor Days” and moved our date to Sunday September 2nd Labor Day Weekend for 2018.All rides start 7 – 9 AM at Discovery Garden next to River Forks Park.